The white leather sectional and supersized flokati area rug give this downtown condo a lush and modern feel. The hand painted art adds visual interest to the wall space while the view does the rest of the work.
Once their daughters left the nest, a couple from Washington State moved out of their home on Mercer Island and into this brand new, 2,000-square-foot condo in downtown Seattle. From the dining room, they can enjoy views of the Puget Sound and the Space Needle.
The condo uses the urban setting of downtown LA to inspire its interiors. The custom entertainment center and rug echo the patterns made by skyscrapers on display through the living room's huge windows.
This family-oriented condominium was designed from raw space high above the historic Gaslamp quarter in downtown San Diego. The large flexible open space offers jaw dropping views of the bay and city. Glass upper cabinets are paired with shiny glass tile backsplash and then grounded by grid-like black cabinets. The large center island is clad in a sleek waterfall countertop and provides bar seating with contemporary green stools.
The 28th floor condo of Robert Holmberg and his fiance Alyssa in the Marina tower in downtown Chicago has become a modern, spacious and comfortable living area designed by Design Star winner and Host Meg Caswell, as seen on HGTV's Meg's Great Rooms. Contemporary ready-made cabinets were not only budget friendly, but easy to install in this kitchen.
Naomi Stein is the principal designer at Design Manifest (http://www.designmanifest.com/), a Philadelphia-based firm that grew out of her father’s business as a contractor. Since her father’s retirement in 2016, Stein continues to lead the family business, designing luxurious interiors on Philadelphia’s posh Main Line, while bringing her own unique blend of modern and vintage style to her home. Located in the Washington Square West neighborhood in downtown Philadelphia, Stein’s condo offers a perfect mix of contemporary design mixed with modern, vintage and global elements.